Federal regulations require all states to have a Strategic Highway Safety Plan that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries on public roadways. The Arizona 2014 Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) has been developed in consultation with a broad array of transportation safety stakeholders through the state representing the each of the 4 E’s of safety: Engineering, Education, Enforcement and Emergency Medical Services. The plan and its supporting appendices are available for download from the Arizona SHSP website or view the current plan below.
SEAGO is in the process of developing a regional SHSP for southeastern Arizona. Please check back for project updates and data.
"Safety is our number one priority and is the one area where everybody can say they saved a life today. Involvement in the SHSP is the opportunity to make a difference. When a leader gets involved it lets their staff, residents, and others know it is something important and worthy of their time and attention."
"Keeping people safe on the roadways is a critical component of overall health and well-being and is centric to our work."
"The State Strategic Highway Safety Plan continues to strengthen and improve collaboration and communication with safety stakeholder agencies. Participating engineers, law enforcement officers, EMS, and prevention professionals now view each other as critical partners in keeping citizens safe. Improving traffic safety is a cooperative effort and the SHSP is a key reason why Louisiana continues to make progress on reducing traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries."